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FALL 2010 PROGRAMS


Whether you work in database or design (or maybe even both), a position in Internet Technology fuels a promising career. And as is the nature of the industry, keeping up with the latest skills and technology is crucial to furthering your career. The UWM School of Continuing Education (SCE) offers comprehensive curriculum for IT professionals like you. You’ll experience expert instruction, hands-on experience and real-life situations that provide effective techniques you can immediately implement in your day-to-day operations. Strengthen your professional value and marketability with ongoing education at SCE. Look at what you can do this Fall: • Enhance SharePoint and Silverlight products and technologies • Learn to create a basic flash website • Explore the fundamental structure of .NET applications and concepts • Accomplish more in less time with restructured Web Development and Web Design certificates • Social Media is all the rage—use it to drive customers to your website • Gain technical understanding of popular social media tools

For more information, contact us any time. We look forward to working with you. Sincerely,

Program Director Computer Technology

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TABLEOFCONTENTS WEB CERTIFICATE PROGRAM ................................................4 CALENDAR OF CLASSES .......................................................5 WEB CERTIFICATE CLASSES .NET 2.0 - Practical Application Development NEW .......................6 ASP.NET ............................................................................................6 Cascading Style Sheets - I ..................................................................7 Cascading Style Sheets - II .................................................................7 Creating Websites for Mobile Devices ................................................8 Crystal Reports - I ..............................................................................8 Defining and Managing Business Requirements .................................9 DotNetNuke NEW ...........................................................................9 Dreamweaver - I ..............................................................................10 Dreamweaver - II .............................................................................10 Flash - Creating a Basic Flash Website ..............................................11 Flash - Web Animation and Interactivity.............................................11 HTML - I .......................................................................................12 HTML - II ......................................................................................12 JavaScript - The Key to Creating Interactive Websites ......................13 Photoshop - I....................................................................................13 Photoshop - II ..................................................................................14 PHP - I.............................................................................................14 Relational Database Design Essentials ..............................................15 Search Engine Optimization.............................................................15 Sharepoint Design and Implementation NEW ................................16 Silverlight NEW ..............................................................................16 SQL - Introduction ..........................................................................17 SQL - Joins.......................................................................................17 SQL Server 2008 - Developer...........................................................18 Technology Behind the Internet ......................................................18 Using Social Media to Drive Customers to your Website .................19 VBA for Access .................................................................................19 VBA for Excel...................................................................................20 Website Design Essentials - I ...........................................................20 Website Design Essentials - II .........................................................21 XML Essentials ................................................................................21 RELATED CLASSES ....................................................................22 CUSTOMIZED TRAINING.......................................................22 GENERAL INFORMATION....................................................23 DIRECTIONS AND PARKING................................................23

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TH TA E KE EN O TI N WEBCERTIFICATEPROGRAM RE E SE OR RI ES A Web Certificate arms you with the knowledge and skills you need to advance your career. And now when you have two areas of specialization to choose from, making your Certificate even more valuable to your specific career path.

WEB DESIGN TRACK

WEB DEVELOPMENT TRACK

Must complete six core courses and four electives

Must complete five core courses and five electives

Focus on effective site construction and consistent page design. Learn to design sites that communicate effectively, are accessible to the widest audience and are attractively designed. Discuss information flow, designing pages and building web graphics.

Learn the basic technologies that integrate the Web browser and server into an organization's application environment. From simple interactivity through access to legacy applications - the variety of applications are all part of this track's objectives. Get the tools needed to build Internet enabled applications, linking older databases and applications, and designing new applications.

CORE COURSES HTML - I * HTML - II * Cascading Style Sheets - I Technology Behind the Internet Website Design Essentials - I Website Design Essentials - II

CORE COURSES HTML - I * HTML - II * Cascading Style Sheets - I Relational Database Design Essentials Technology Behind the Internet

ELECTIVES Electives can be taken from either track: DEV DEV – Web Development

.NET 2.0 - Practical Application Development (DEV) **

Relational DB Design Essentials (DES, DEV)

ASP.NET (DEV) **

SEO - Search Engine Optimization (DES, DEV)

Cascading Style Sheets - II (DES, DEV)

SharePoint Design and Implementation (DEV)**

Creating Websites for Mobile Devices (DES, DEV)

Silverlight (DEV) **

Crystal Reports - I (DEV) **

SQL - Intro (DES, DEV)

Defining and Managing Business Requirements (DES, DEV) **

SQL Server 2008 - Developer (DEV) **

DotNetNuke (DES, DEV) ** Dreamweaver - I (DES, DEV) Dreamweaver - II (DES, DEV)

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DES DES – Web Design

SQL - Joins (DES, DEV) Understanding the Technical Aspects of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn (DEV)

Flash - Creating a Basic Flash Website (DES, DEV)

Using Social Media to Drive Customers to Your Website (DEV)

Flash - Web Animation and Interactivity (DES, DEV) **

VBA for Access (DEV) **

JavaScript (DES, DEV)

VBA for Excel (DEV)

Photoshop - I (DES)

Website Design Essentials - I (DES, DEV)

Photoshop - II (DES)

Website Design Essentials - II (DES, DEV)

PHP - I (DEV)

XML Essentials (DES, DEV)

* Courses can be substituted for those with prior experiences. ** Counts as 2 courses

RECEIVE $100 OFF YOUR FINAL CERTIFICATE CLASS


CALENDAROFCLASSES CLASSES

SEPT

.NET 2.0 - PRACTICAL APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

OCT

NOV

DEC

20-22

ASP.NET

8-10

CASCADING STYLE SHEETS - I

1

CASCADING STYLE SHEETS - II

15

CREATING WEBSITES FOR MOBILE DEVICES

19

CRYSTAL REPORTS - I

12-13

DEFINING & MANAGING BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS

25-26

DOTNETNUKE

1-2

DREAMWEAVER - I

4

DREAMWEAVER - II

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FLASH - CREATING A BASIC FLASH WEBSITE

SPRING, 2011

FLASH -WEB ANIMATION AND INTERACTIVITY

18-19

HTML - I

10

3

HTML - II

17

10

JAVASCRIPT

1

PHOTOSHOP - I

2

PHOTOSHOP - II

30

PHP - I RELATIONAL DATABASE DESIGN ESSENTIALS

SPRING, 2011 6

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION

16

SHAREPOINT DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION

15-17

SILVERLIGHT

18-19

SQL - INTRODUCTION

18-20

SQL - JOINS

SPRING, 2011

SQL SERVER 2008 - DEVELOPER

6-8

TECHNOLOGY BEHIND THE INTERNET USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO DRIVE CUSTOMERS TO YOUR WEBSITE

12 22

VBA FOR ACCESS

8-9

VBA FOR EXCEL

10

WEBSITE DESIGN ESSENTIALS - I WEBSITE DESIGN ESSENTIALS - II XML ESSENTIALS

29 5 SPRING, 2011

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New! .NET 2.0 – PRACTICAL APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT DEV

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of programming concepts and structures

Discover how straightforward it is to create computer applications and websites with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. Explore ASP.NET, VB.NET and C# languages in this all inclusive development solution. You will leave this course with the skills necessary to create these applications on your own. Sample code from classroom examples and projects will be provided. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Setup in Visual Studio 2008 Configuration files Source control and management User Interface Master pages Session Menus, panels, labels Buttons, radio buttons, checkboxes Grid and list view Form and control event handlers Transferring data to controls Encryption Username and passwords Connection objects Connecting databases to controls Saving and loading data

ASP.NET DEV

Prerequisite: Intro to .NET programming course or knowledge of VB.NET

ASP.NET is the Microsoft solution for building dynamic and scalable enterprise eCommerce/ Web applications. Cover all essential features of this technology using Visual Basic.NET as the programming language. ASP.NET also can --utilize any one of the .NET family languages. Explore new features added with the latest release of ASP.NET. Adequate hands on opportunity will be provided to drive home the concepts covered in the class. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • •

IIS and the ASP.NET runtime environment Compilation in current ASP.NET Database access using LINQ ASP.NET Security Building a Web Service using WCF AJAX

Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

NOV. 8-10 #5071-1440

Time: 9am-5pm Fee: $699 Instructor: Subbu Ramanathan CEUs: 2.1

Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

OCT. 20-22 #5071-1451

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $699 Instructor: Scott Lovy CEUs: 2.1

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CASCADING STYLE SHEETS - I DES

DEV

Cascading Style Sheets are an important component of dynamic HTML pages. Learn the basics of separating style from structure within an HTML document. The HTML 4.0 rules rely on Style Sheets for all stylistic presentation. The Web Accessibility Initiative makes use of CSS for improving access for the disabled, and new work on HTML and XML will continue to make heavy use of CSS for the future. TOPICS INCLUDE:

Importance of style sheets Syntax Three different types of style sheets Class and ID selectors Inheritance/Cascading Introduction to positioning OCT. 1 #5071-1443

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Andy Biewer CEUs: .7

DEV

DES

Prerequisite: HTML - I and II, Technology Behind the Internet

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CASCADING STYLE SHEETS - II Prerequisite: Cascading Style Sheets - I

Take Cascading Style Sheets to the next level. Focus on using style for positioning, visual formatting of web pages, control of media types and interaction with scripting. The result is dramatic control over web page design. Take basic skills in HTML and CSS and explore the advanced design techniques possible using style. Investigate user design strategies that can be applied in almost any site. With a special focus on browser compatibility the course makes sure that designers know what is possible – and what is risky – using CSS. The advanced designer gains a real hands-on appreciation for the potential of style-enhanced design. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • • • • •

Positioning of objects and texts Layers and z-index Content clipping Controlling Managing browser compatibility Validation of CSS documents and test suites Tables and CSS Style elements in forms Menus and user interface design using CSS The future of CSS OCT. 15 #5071-1444

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

“The instructor did an excellent job explaining content covered in the course.” – Richard Gibbons, Assurant Health

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CREATING WEBSITES FOR MOBILE DEVICES DES

DEV

Prerequisite: HTML - I and Cascading Style Sheets - I

With the increasing popularity of Web-enabled portable devices, it's important to know how to create sites for mobile devices. In this course, you will learn about the benefits and techniques to create sites for mobile devices. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • •

Benefits of having a mobile site Mobile standards Differences between PCs and mobile devices Mobile site structure and design Navigation and access Mobile domain names Best practices NOV. 19 #5071-1441

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

CRYSTAL REPORTS - I DEV

Prerequisite: Understanding of databases. Knowledge of SQL a plus but not required

Learn how to create professional reports with Crystal Reports. Survey all the features including new ways of implementing parameter reports. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • •

Report formatting and organization Expressions, formulas and functions Introduction to complex reports Visual elements

Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

OCT. 12-13 #5071-1442

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $525 Presenter: Hannah Goodman CEUs: 1.4

Update your skills Earn a Web Certificate See page 4 for details.

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New! DEFINING AND MANAGING BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS DES

DEV

Understanding and articulating business requirements for automated systems is the weakest link in systems development. Using realistic cases, participants practice discovering, understanding and documenting clear and complete business requirements that speed development, reduce maintenance and delight customers. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • •

Requirements role and importance Discovering “REAL” requirements Data gathering and analysis Documentation formats Getting more clear and complete Managing the requirements

Counts as two courses toward the Web Design or Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

OCT. 25-26 #5025-0367

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $845 Instructor: Robin Goldsmith CEUs: 1.4/PDUs: 14

DOTNETNUKE DES

DEV

DotNetNuke is the leading Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET. DotNetNuke can be used as a web content management system (CMS) for simple web sites or as a powerful application development framework which enables businesses to quickly build and deploy feature-rich, interactive web sites and applications in Microsoft .NET. An intuitive, menu-driven interface allows non-technical users to easily create new sites or extend the functionality and features of their existing site when used as a web CMS. An open API and the availability of over 6,000 third-party add-on modules available through Snowcovered.com allow you to create complex sites for demanding applications. Installing new modules or skins is quick and easy, allowing users to deploy new functionality in just minutes. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • •

DNN installation Framework discovery Module discovery Content management 3rd party skins and modules

Counts as two courses toward the Web Design or Development Certificate (See p.4 for details)

DEC. 1-2 #5071-1463

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $525 Presenter: Scott Lovy CEUs: 1.4

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DREAMWEAVER - I DES

DEV

DEV

Prerequisite: Dreamweaver - I

This course is an introduction to the productivity aspect of Macromedia’s visual editor, Dreamweaver, the standard for web page layout.

Dreamweaver - II concentrates on advanced concepts of the Dreamweaver web development application. Expand the knowledge gained in the Dreamweaver - I course. Work with advanced website creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. Use many new features available within the HTML 4 standard including style sheets and layers.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • •

Internet access and HTML Creating and building a website Adding content to web pages Working with links Enhancing navigation in a site Managing and uploading a website OCT. 4 #5071-1445

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Ericka Mendez CEUs: .7

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DES

Prerequisite: HTML - I and II or equivalent experience

Define a site in Dreamweaver to organize and maintain the web pages; and create a basic web page by typing text and applying character and paragraph formatting. Use Site Panel to create and organize files and folders. Insert images, set image properties, create and format tables. Add links within a site, create anchors and specify external links, as well as use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages. Upload a site to a remote web server.

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TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Rollovers and navigation bars • Libraries • Defining head elements and managing keyboard shortcuts • Style sheets • Layers • The history panel • Browser targeting and code tools • Creating forms OCT. 25 #5071-1446

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Ericka Mendez CEUs: .7

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FLASH - CREATING A BASIC FLASH WEBSITE DES

FLASH - WEB ANIMATION AND INTERACTIVITY DES

Prerequisite: Flash - Web Animation and Interactivity and Dreamweaver - I

Prerequisite: Experience with HTML and Windows or MacIntosh operating system

You will learn to build a basic flash website using Adobe Flash and Dreamweaver. After discussing the advantages and disadvantages of flash websites and seeing some examples, you will learn how to create a flash website. This is a task-based course in which you learn through demonstration and hands-on activities. You are guided in creating your website.

Understand Adobe Flash and how it is used on the web to create low-bandwidth, cross-platform compatible animations and other interactive content. The course is task-based and you will learn by working through examples and creating your own content. Along with an introduction to the Flash authoring environment the course will focus on the importance of good design, publishing for the web and usability.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • •

Working with HTML and Flash ActionScript Web design and usability Utilizing buttons for navigation COMING SPRING, 2011

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Presenter: Adam Hudson CEUs: .7

TOPICS INCLUDE:

• The Adobe Flash development environment • Symbols, graphics, movie clips, instances and using the library • Creating Graphics and text • Working with layers, frames, the timeline and toolbar • Animations, including frame-by-frame, motion tweens and shape tweens • Using buttons for navigation • Attaching ActionScript to buttons • Sound • Video • Publishing for the web Counts as two courses towards the Web Design Certificate (see pg. 4 for details).

OCT. 18-19 #5071-1470

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $525 Instructor: Adam Hudson CEUs: 1.4

Did You Know? You Receive $100 Off Your Final Certificate Class.

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HTML - I DES

HTML - II

DEV

Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows, and process of browsing the web. No prior knowledge of Web authoring is expected

Use HTML code to create a basic web page with formatted text, images and links and gain a better understanding of how to edit more complicated web pages. Develop an understanding of the construction of HTML as a language and how to work more efficiently. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Overview of how HTML works with browsers • Introduction to the place of HTML, XML and XHTML • Basic structure of web pages • Text layout using HTML • Fonts, colors and formatting for web pages • Incorporating graphics in web documents • Understanding and creating hyperlinked pages • Creating and editing HTML lists • Introduction to how HTML interacts with servers SEPT. 10

DES

DEV

Prerequisite: Web page development using HTML - I or equivalent experience

Learn intermediate HTML techniques to better organize pages and enhance communication. Class also introduces the importance of enhancing navigation, assessing information and adapting it to the web and creating logical flow throughout a site. Gain greater layout control by using tables, creating image maps and developing the interactivity of a site with online forms. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • •

How websites are structured Why XHTML is important to web design Using tables to present information Using tables to control web page layout How to create pages using frames Creating HTML forms for collecting information • How HTML forms interact with web servers • Building multi-linked image maps • Overview of web authoring tools and technologies

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DEC. 3 #5071-1448

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

#5071-1449 or

DEC. 10 #5071-1450

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

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JAVASCRIPT - THE KEY TO CREATING INTERACTIVE WEBSITES DES

DEV

Prerequisite: HTML - I and II or equivalent experience

Looking for new ways to make web pages more powerful and dynamic? JavaScript is the core of Dynamic HTML and the key to creating interactive web pages. JavaScript is a programming language that expands the range of capabilities, enabling you to add dynamic elements and interactivity to your HTML code. Use JavaScript to add dynamic text to HTML pages, validate data, react to events, create cookies to store and retrieve information, and learn the essentials of the Document Object Model. Get first-hand experience in designing dynamic web pages. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Orientation to scripting at the browser • Languages available for client-side scripting • Introduction to the JavaScript language and format • Incorporating JavaScript into web pages • Techniques for JavaScript image/ multimedia management • Essentials of the Document Object Model • Interacting with browser users • Using JavaScript to manage frames and windows • JavaScript and HTML forms

PHOTOSHOP - I DES

Prerequisite: Experience using Windows

In this introduction to the core tools of Adobe Photoshop, explore the basics of working with images and layers to produce sophisticated graphics for the web and print. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • •

Using the Photoshop environment Working with images and selections Resizing images Creating and modifying layers Adjusting and retouching images Preparing finished images for the web and print NOV. 2 #5071-1454

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Ericka Mendez CEUs: .7

NOV. 1 #5071-1453

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Vairavan Vairavan CEUs: .7

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PHP - I DEV

Prerequisite: Photoshop - I or equivalent experience

Prerequisite: HTML - I or equivalent experience

Discover the powerful imaging and editing features of this program to build sophisticated graphics for the web and print. This course builds on the skills acquired in the Photoshop - I course.

Build dynamic websites using the PHP programming language even with limited programming experience. PHP is a rich programming language that many companies use to build database driven and dynamic websites. Discover the most important range of PHP features and functions in depth. The course is intended as an introduction and the pacing is adjusted to suit the needs of web developers and non-programmers.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • •

Fills and overlays Adding masks Working with vector paths Adding image effects Automating tasks NOV. 30 #5071-1455

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Ericka Mendez CEUs: .7

TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Understanding PHP's place in web application design • Fundamental structure of PHP web pages • How variables and forms work in PHP • Numbers and math operations for web applications • Controlling PHP program execution • How arrays and strings are processed in PHP • Basics of regular expressions and functions • How PHP interacts with files and directories • Creating, reading and deleting browser cookies • Strategies for using PHP with databases to create dynamic web pages COMING SPRING, 2011

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Vairavan Vairavan CEUs: .7

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RELATIONAL DATABASE DESIGN ESSENTIALS DES

DEV

Gain the tools to understand relational database terminology and the design process. If you are using Access, SQL Server and other relational DB products, it’s important you understand how to properly design a database, otherwise it could cost you valuable time and money. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • • • • •

Relational model Tables and fields Indexing Relationships Data integrity Retrieving data SQL Design process How do you design your own database? Create a sample using MySQL OCT. 6 #5071-1457

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Hannah Goodman CEUs: .7

SEO - SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION DEV

DES

Today this is the most sought after skill in web design. Learn the latest techniques for getting more traffic to your website which inevitably increases your company’s bottom line. TOPICS INCLUDE:

Tracking Website Statistics with Google Analytics • Charts and data • Visitors • Page views • Referral sources Website Programming for Search Engines • Meta tags • Content • Web page naming • Domain names • Keyword density for pages • Competition pages • Landing pages Pay Per Click Traffic • Keyword analysis • Google AdWords • Setting up your budget Google Page Ranking • Incoming and outgoing links • Banner advertisement • Blogs SEO Plans • Setting and monitoring goals • Implementing plans DEC. 16 #5071-1461

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Scott Lovy CEUs: .7

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New!

SHAREPOINT DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION: INTRO TO SHAREPOINT 2007 DESIGNER

SILVERLIGHT - CREATING ENGAGING, INTERACTIVE APPLICATIONS

DEV

Prerequisites: General knowledge of HTML and Web Development Basics (a general intro of .NET will be discussed in class)

The Intro to SharePoint 2007 Designer course provides you with the knowledge necessary to work with SharePoint Designer, enhance SharePoint products and technologies, work with key integration points, use CSS editing tools to create and modify SharePoint themes and supplement SharePoint Designer functionality by using Microsoft Visual Studio to create a rich interactive experience. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Exploring SharePoint Designer • SharePoint from the user's perspective • SharePoint from the administrator's perspective • SharePoint from a SharePoint Designer's perspective • Customizing the SharePoint look and feel • Applications without programming • Programming on the client side • Beyond SharePoint designer Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

NOV. 15-17

DEV

Prerequisites: .NET 2.0 - Practical Application Development

Silverlight is a powerful development platform for creating engaging, interactive applications for many screens across the Web, desktop and mobile devices. In this 2-day introductory course, you will learn the how to create rich Silverlight applications using MS Visual Studio and Expression Blend. The course will cover layout management in Silverlight, Silverlight controls, data binding and Silverlight list controls, styling in Silverlight, transformation and animation, local storage, an introduction to expression blend, and hands-on development using Microsoft Visual Studio. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • • • •

What is Silverlight Silverlight in Visual Studio 2008 Layout management in Silverlight 3 Silverlight 3 controls Data binding and Silverlight list controls Local Storage Introduction to expression blend Styling in Silverlight Transformation and animation

Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

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Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $699 Presenter: Samir Kablaoui CEUs: 2.1

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Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $699 Presenter: Samir Kablaoui CEUs: 1.4

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SQL - INTRODUCTION DES

DEV

Prerequisite: Experience using Windows and a web browser

Learning how to retrieve information from a database can be quite perplexing. Discover how to query a database properly and effectively, and how to translate the question or task into the correct query. Understanding these skills is critical, otherwise incorrect data and ineffective queries can result. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

SQL - JOINS

Relational databases Select statement Column aliases Performing calculations Conditional operators Logical operators Nulls Where clause Order by clause Expressions Inner and outer joins Aggregate functions Groupings Having clause Sub Queries Unions

DES

DEV

Prerequisites: SQL - Intro (or equivalent experience). Previous knowledge with writing expressions in SQL, as well as how to write a WHERE statement

Master the concept of joins. Learn about inner and outer, as well as self joins. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • •

Understanding table relationships Venn diagrams Inner joins – two ways Outer joins Mixed joins Self joins Subqueries as joins COMING SPRING, 2011

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Hannah Goodman CEUs: .7

Counts as two courses toward the Web Design or Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

OCT. 18-20 #5071-1460

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $649 Instructor: Hannah Goodman CEUs: 2.1

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SQL SERVER 2008 - DEVELOPER

TECHNOLOGY BEHIND THE INTERNET

DEV

DES

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of relational databases and knowledge of any flavor of SQL languages

Discover how to work with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 to develop data-access portions of .NET applications. Address working with .NET Data Providers; working with Object, SQL and XML data Sources, the new MS Entity Framework; and understanding the new LINQ language for data access. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Implementing tables, views and programming objects • Working with query fundamentals • Applying additional query techniques • Working with additional SQL server components • Working with XML data • Gathering performance information Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

DEC. 6-8 #5071-1462

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $699 Instructor: Samir Kablaoui CEUs: 2.1

DEV

Cover basic technical concepts and services that make the Internet work. Discover what goes on “behind the screens” when connecting to and using the Internet. Learn about key standards, services and protocols that make communication possible and provide the foundation for all services on the Internet. TOPICS INCLUDE:

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History and structure of the Internet The effect of interoperability on the Internet How people and computers get connected Roles of key providers of Internet services Basic Internet technologies (IP, TCP, UDP, etc.) Understanding the technology behind key services Multimedia and the Internet The Internet's ecommerce environment Internet security and personal protection NOV. 12 #5071-1452

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

“I definitely recommend the class! Loved the small size, I give it an A!” – Caroline Roling, Clear Gull Inc.

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USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO DRIVE CUSTOMERS TO YOUR WEBSITE DEV

Popular social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and Blogger are becoming mainstream marketing tools. Learn how to use social media and online networks to help your business become part of the cultural conversation, drive traffic to your website and build strong brand awareness. This course covers basic usage of social media, as well as the latest market trends in using these tools. Additionally, you learn how to use these platforms in creative ways to reach your intended audience. TOPICS INCLUDE:

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Social media overview and stats Key demographic data Platform overviews Micro-content Social and professional networking Video Others Strategic approach Company or project goals Targeting your audience Hub and spoke Website as home base Outposts for key audiences Traffic drivers Metrics and conversion Analyze and adapt

VBA FOR ACCESS DEV

Prerequisites: Access - IV or equivalent experience. Previous programming experience is not necessary, but definitely a plus

Turn an Access database into a full fledged application. Learn where to put code and the structure of the VBA language. Create a variety of forms and master various programming techniques. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• • • • • • •

Customizing applications with Visual Basic Finding and filtering records in a form Responding to data entry events Writing your own functions Monitoring and debugging your code Gathering information in a dialog box Navigating through applications

Counts as two courses toward the Web Development Certificate (See p.4 for details).

NOV. 8-9 #5070-4618

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $525 Instructor: Hannah Goodman CEUs: 1.4

FRI. OCT. 22 #5071-1471

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Instructor: Jamey Shiels Fee: $299 CEUs: .7

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VBA FOR EXCEL DEV

Prerequisites: Excel - III or equivalent experience

Gain skills necessary to apply VBA to develop macros, format worksheets, create user-interactive macros, work with multiple worksheets and perform calculations. Apply this new knowledge to simplify work in the Excel environment by automating many of the repetitive tasks that are part of spreadsheet development. TOPICS INCLUDE:

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Developing macros Macros for formatting worksheets Creating an interactive worksheet Macros for working with multiple worksheets Performing calculations NOV. 10 #5070-4619

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Hannah Goodman CEUs: .7

WEBSITE DESIGN ESSENTIALS - I DES

DEV

Prerequisite: Experience using Windows and a web browser and HTML - I

Be introduced to web design principles that can be applied to your own web pages. Receive guidance on planning the design of websites and good practices of web design by evaluating other websites. Explore a model for web authors publishing online and experience web design from the visitor’s perspective. TOPICS INCLUDE:

• Why "designing for users" matters • Criteria for usability • Guidelines for producing "usable" web content • Introduction to site types and architectures • Design of effective navigation tools for users • Strategies for page layout and page design • How <META> tags affect design and usability • New technologies affecting web design • Basic issues for incorporating multimedia • DHTML and web design • Accessibility OCT. 29 #5071-1465

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

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WEBSITE DESIGN ESSENTIALS - II DES

DEV

Prerequisite: Web Design Essentials - I or equivalent experience

This course extends the lessons learned in Website Design Essentials - I. It provides the tools for better web design, including an emphasis on graphics and JavaScript. Making a site more interactive for the user is also covered, using a variety of tools and technologies. Additionally, managing and maintaining a site is covered to make administration easier. TOPICS INCLUDE:

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What makes a site "good" Graphics and web design Client-side scripting using JavaScript Validation and Doctypes The role of CSS (cascading style sheets) Editors and content management Adding interactivity to your site NOV. 5 #5071-1466

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Rick Neff CEUs: .7

XML ESSENTIALS DES

DEV

Prerequisite: Exposure to web page design and development and knowledge of HTML

XML (Extensible Markup Language) provides a standard approach for describing, capturing, processing and publishing data. The openness and extensibility of this language has made it very popular for a variety of applications. Receive an introduction on how to create an XML document; validate an XML document using Document Type Definition (DTD) and XML-Schema; and rendering options for an XML document. Hands-on exercises help students get familiar with the material. TOPICS INCLUDE:

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What is XML and why do we need it The basic syntax of XML Well-formed and valid XML documents Creating and using a DTD Different options for rendering an XML document - XML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) - XML and Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) - XML and XML Document Object Model (DOM) • Creating and using XML Schemas (XSD) • XML – today and tomorrow COMING SPRING, 2011

Time: 9am-5pm Fee: $299 Instructor: Subbu Ramanathan CEUs: .7

414-227-3220 |sce-it.uwm.edu

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RELATEDCLASSES AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT OCT. 11-12

#5025-0355

DETERMINING AND COMMUNICATING THE PROJECT VALUE OCT. 27

#5025-0368

BUSINESS ANALYSIS ESSENTIALS NOV. 9-10

#5025-0359

PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS

DEFINING AND MANAGING BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS OCT. 25-26

AUG. 12-13 OCT. 7-8

#5025-0350 #5025-0351

#5025-0367

RELATEDAREAS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

sce-computerapps.uwm.edu CONTACT:

Andrea Zweifel 414-227-3174 zandrea@uwm.edu

MANAGEMENT

sce-mgmt.uwm.edu CONTACT:

Jan Allen 414-227-3219 allen3@uwm.edu

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

sce-sbdc.uwm.edu CONTACT:

Kristine Kruepke 414-227-3240 sbdc@uwm.edu

PROJECT MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCES

sce-hr.uwm.edu CONTACT:

Donna Shepard 414-227-3208 dshepard@uwm.edu

sce-pm.uwm.edu CONTACT:

Nancy Mathews 414-227-3264 nancym@uwm.edu

ONSITETRAINING SOLUTIONS Capitalize on Our Capabilities MAXIMIZE YOUR TRAINING DOLLARS…AND YOUR RESULTS

Work with us to create training that impacts your bottom line. Programs are designed around your requirements. They are customized to:

• Increase employee job performance • Address priority business challenges • Reinforce your processes, procedures and best practices • Use actual organization projects in course curriculum • Maximize learning convenience through flexible scheduling FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Nancy Mathews at 414-227-3264, 888-947-9947,

nancym@uwm.edu or visit SCE-CUSTOMIZED.UWM.EDU today.

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GENERALINFORMATION REGISTRATION: Call 414-227-3220 or visit sce-it.uwm.edu to register. Often seminars are filled early; registrations are confirmed in the order in which they arrive. Fee is payable prior to program start date. The program fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, break refreshments, instructional material and tuition. CANCELLATION: Our policy of limited enrollments makes it necessary to assess a $25 administrative fee for cancellations or transfers received during the final five business days. You may transfer to a future seminar without penalty if the University is notified five business days prior to the start of the program. Enrollees who fail to attend without properly canceling will be liable for the total fee. Substitutions are always accepted. To transfer, substitute or cancel an enrollment call 414227-3220. CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS: Participants earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) by attending the programs listed in this catalog. CEUs are a means of recognizing and recording satisfactory participation in nondegree programs. One CEU is awarded for each 10 contact hours (or equivalent) in an organized continuing education experience. All CEUs earned through the School of Continuing Education noncredit programs become a part of your permanent record. INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHIES: Read instructor bios at sce-it.uwm.edu. MAILING LIST: To be added to our mailing list or if you know of someone who would benefit from receiving this catalog, visit sce-keepmeposted.uwm.edu and select Information Technology or call 414-227-3220.

UWM School of Continuing Education 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue, 7th Floor DIRECTIONS: For the latest information on getting to and from the UWM School of Continuing Education, visit sce-directions.uwm.edu. The webpage includes access to printable PDFs of current maps, information about parking, public transportation and other details relevant to our location. PARKING LOCATION: Parking is available in the adjacent Shops of Grand Avenue parking structure. It is easily entered from Plankinton Ave. between Wisconsin Ave. and Michigan St. Additional lots and structures are nearby. PARKING DISCOUNT: We provide a parking discount for participants who park in the Grand Avenue structure. Please bring your parking gate ticket to the 7th floor reception desk to have it validated, and to receive a $3 voucher. The validation means you are entitled to the special UWM rate of $6, regardless of day, time, or length of stay. The $3 voucher can then be applied toward that $6 charge resulting in you paying only $3. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: For general information or logistics: 414-227-3220. For course content: Nancy Mathews, nancym@uwm.edu or 414-227-3264. NOTE: Please advise in advance if you desire special accommodations. Requests will be kept confidential.

Connect with Program Director Nancy Mathews at linkedin.com/in/nancyamathews.

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